Demand Logic is a software platform that delivers energy savings, comfort improvements and maintenance efficiency in commercial buildings.
Demand Logic is about doing a health check of your building and what it’s really great at doing is gathering lots and lots of data and analysing it really quickly – presenting it in a way that’s really easy to understand.
Ground-breaking data analysis technology is helping to save commercial property owners as much as 40% on energy bills – and creating more comfortable working environments.
The web-based platform devised by London-based Demand Logic extracts huge amounts of data from the plant, machinery and control systems that heat and cool some of London’s biggest landmarks, including the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ tower at 20 Fenchurch St.
Demand Logic’s cloud-based analytics engine offers flexible modelling of plant and virtual metering along with fault and performance diagnoses. It allows clients to see in greater detail the energy consumption behind their utility meters.
More than 80 commercial properties are now on the company’s portfolio, mainly in the capital, but also in the US and Malaysia as a result of overseas missions organised by Innovate UK.
Property managers and maintenance staff
The environment in the 34-storey Walkie-Talkie tower, recently sold for a record-breaking £1.3 billion, is controlled by 1,200 air conditioning units[SM1] , with over 175,000 data points and generating 17 million data values on building performance every day.
Demand Logic’s technology reads all this data in real time and presents the information on a user-friendly dashboard via a computer or mobile device. Property managers and their maintenance staff can then easily identify any problems and correct them.
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